Home Travellers Motel
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... again, we would be quite happy to live.
Melbourne has the largest Italian and Chinese community outside their own countries. Visiting the Immigration Museum was really interesting and made us wonder how we would have fared had we chosen Australia rather than Canada back in 1973.
... to visit some more wineries. First we stopped at Arthurs Seat which overlooks the whole peninsular. We had a gorgeous day for it and the view was stunning. We dropped into T'gallant for lunch which is a winery Nic had been to previously with friends, which has lovely views over the vineyards and great pizzas. We then headed to the oldest hedge maze in Australia to be big kids for the afternoon. There was four mazes set in ...
... found a pier, a general store and not much else, not even much of a beach. I'm not sure what everyone else has seen when they have been to Portsea but we didn't see a right lot. We sat down, had our picnic, had a coffee and then jumped back on the bus. We had the funkiest bus driver on the way back, it was her birthday so she welcomed us to the bus happy hour, she had a big yellow happy birthday hat on, star glasses and the radio turned up, if only UK bus drivers were ...
... line to Heathrow. It will be perfect for me to get to the airport when it is time to leave as it has a lift down to the train platform - no stairs to go down!! On the tube and off to South Kensington to go to the V&A. The only problem with this Museum is that it is so big. It is a little intimidating knowing where to start but as I have decided to come a couple of times there is no hurry with my exploring. I spent quite a bit of time looking through some ...
We can't believe we're almost at the end of our first month here in Melbourne. We really are starting to settle in and feel like we belong here (mostly. there are still some things that are weird. Like instead of saying 'lead pencil', these crazy people call it a 'grey lead'. Talk about redundancy!)
This week was pretty much the same as last week in terms of our routine. G leaves for work at 7:30 and gets home by 6pm. B works Monday, Wednesday and Friday, leaving at 8am to catch ...